Chocolate Truffles

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Your dreams of a chocolate cream truffle tea have finally come true! This tempting tea is complemented by the sweet creamy rooibos base that will surely pamper your taste buds. Decorated with chocolate pieces and coconut shreds-this will surely be your new guilty pleasure…with none of the icky carbs.

For an extra treat, add a bit of milk of your choice (we love coconut milk) to enhance the coconut in the tea.

Flavor Notes: creamy, soft

Rooibos promotes clear skin
Rooibos improves respiratory system
Rooibos is rich in minerals
Chocolate promotes heart health
Chocolate boosts mood and relieves stress
Coconut detoxifies the body
Coconut contains essential electrolytes

Ingredients: rooibos tea, chocolate chips (sugar, ground cocoa beans with cocoa butter, powdered cocoa, emulsifying agent: soy lecithin), coconut shreds, flavoring.

Contains: soy, coconut Serving
Serving Size: 20 Cups per 8-10oz of water

Net Wt. 1.75oz (20 Cups)

Brewing Instructions

Scoop 1 TSP (2 grams) Brew: 8-10min Temp: 203-212°

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When I was steeping this, my brother-in-law walked into the kitchen and asked who was making hot chocolate. He then realized it was tea that just smelled like chocolate. Unfortunately, the rooibos comes through and drowns the chocolate slightly. Not completely but a fair bit. Like Roswell Strange said, it’s got a bit of a rum ball vibe to it but I wish it was more chocolate and less rooibos.

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I have not forgotten about the many teas I have acquired from Black Owned companies this summer; but in this massive influx of teas that I’ve had I also haven’t been able to cycle through everything as smoothly/efficiently as I wanted to.

This was pretty nice for what was a very simple blend though! The dry leaf smelled like the rich, chocolate “Rum Balls” that my mom makes around the holidays – so, boozy chocolate. Steeped, it’s very sweet and chocolate forwards which is of course what you would expect from a blend called Chocolate Truffles. It has a hint of a boozy chocolate liqueur/sweet rum note, and is also just a touch fruity.

Not something I’d reorder, but certainly a pleasant brew!

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